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Just Plug Green Nano Lights

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Just Plug Green Nano Lights
Posted by FRRYKid on Saturday, April 8, 2023 3:19 AM

Yet another one for my Forum friends and maybe a little unusual. What shade of green are the JP Green Nano lights? I saw a listing for them and thought they looked interesting. (My favorite color is green. Hence the green for my protolanced road. The logo of which is my avatar. The green is the main body color.)

I have a movie theater that has the marquee trimmed in a dark green and the sign has neon green letters. I had though about using a green ligh under the marquee but I wanted to check the color before I bit the bullet. (I already have a regular white one installed.)

As usual, any assistance that can be provided would be most welcomed.

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Posted by mbinsewi on Tuesday, April 11, 2023 8:36 AM

You talking about Woodland Scenics? 

Does the shade of green make a difference?  

Looks like they have one shade of green:

https://woodlandscenics.woodlandscenics.com/show/item/JPNALGT

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Posted by maxman on Tuesday, April 11, 2023 11:18 AM

Subjective question.

What color is a lighter shade of pale?

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Posted by PC101 on Thursday, April 13, 2023 5:50 PM

FRRYKid

Yet another one for my Forum friends and maybe a little unusual. What shade of green are the JP Green Nano lights? I saw a listing for them and thought they looked interesting. (My favorite color is green. Hence the green for my protolanced road. The logo of which is my avatar. The green is the main body color.)

I have a movie theater that has the marquee trimmed in a dark green and the sign has neon green letters. I had though about using a green ligh under the marquee but I wanted to check the color before I bit the bullet. (I already have a regular white one installed.)

As usual, any assistance that can be provided would be most welcomed.

 

Just looking at my WS P&P green nano LEDs. Not as dark green as your Avatar and somewhat maybe, maybe not, the 'shade' of green as the center of maxman's avatar's shirt.

Looks to be two LEDs with hook up wires and plugs in a tube at approximately $7.99 a tube.

\White WS P&P nano LED. 

Red WS P&P nano LED.

Green WS P&P nano LED.

All the LEDs were placed on the second floor fire escape's railing on the side of the building at the front corner (top righthand corner of photos) A scale 17' above the sidewalk.

Also the LEDs were set at full brightness with the WS P&P adjustable light hub. The LEDs have a 'dark side' that can face up so all the light shines down and out two sides and one end. The other end has the leds/wires going to the LED.

 

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Posted by FRRYKid on Friday, April 14, 2023 2:46 AM

PC101

 Just looking at my WS P&P green nano LEDs. Not as dark green as your Avatar and somewhat maybe, maybe not, the 'shade' of green as the center of maxman's avatar's shirt.

Looks to be two LEDs with hook up wires and plugs in a tube at approximately $7.99 a tube.

\White WS P&P nano LED. 

Red WS P&P nano LED.

Green WS P&P nano LED.

All the LEDs were placed on the second floor fire escape's railing on the side of the building at the front corner (top righthand corner of photos) A scale 17' above the sidewalk.

Also the LEDs were set at full brightness with the WS P&P adjustable light hub. The LEDs have a 'dark side' that can face up so all the light shines down and out two sides and one end. The other end has the leds/wires going to the LED.

Thank you. That answers the question most vividly.

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Posted by FRRYKid on Wednesday, May 10, 2023 2:51 AM

Just as an update: I purchased the green lights and installed one of them along side the warm white one that I already have in place. The resulting combo is one that I like very well. (Hooked up on their own Port sharing device.)

Thank you again for all the help.

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Posted by PC101 on Friday, May 12, 2023 9:45 PM

Yes

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